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Kelvingrove Museum #2
Scotland

A stunning skeleton of an extinct Deer (Elk?) in the "Creatures of the Past" exhibit in the West Wing of the Kelvingrove Museum. I was stunned by the size of it.

Copyright: Gary Quigg
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上传: 01/05/2012
更新: 25/04/2014
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Tags: museum; natural; history; fossils; ancient
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